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Rudy’s Recipe: Fruit Kabobs

A fun spin on fruit for this week’s campfire recipe.

Fruit Kabobs

You Need:

– Your favorite fruits; we recommend pineapple, dried apricots, peach halves, maraschino cherries, oranges, etc.
– 1 c honey
– 2 tsp lemon juice
– powdered sugar (optional)

Make ‘Em:

Thread on long skewers any combination of fresh, canned or dried fruits, using chunks about the same size. If using wooden skewers, soak for 1/2 hour in water before threading on fruit.

Try pineapple chunks, dried apricots (soak in water first to plump), peach halves, cherries, etc. If you use oranges it is best to just slice the orange into chunks with the peeling still on. Brush fruit with honey thinned with a little lemon juice.

Grill over low heat until hot. Serve with the leftover hot honey sauce or sprinkle with powdered sugar.

Recipe courtesy of KOA.

Rudy’s Recipe: Campfire Chicken & Veggies

Campfire Chicken & Veggies

You Need:

– Boneless skinless chicken breast
– Red potatoes
– Baby carrots
– Green peppers
– Onion
– Corn
– Italian dressing (or spice mixture of your choice)

Make It:

You will need Reynolds foil grill bags. Cut everything up, put it in a bag, and cover it with Italian dressing (usually about half a bottle per foil bag), roll the bag down, throw the grate over the campfire or directly on hot coals. Cook until potatoes are tender and chicken is cooked.

You do realize that after we share these tasty campfire recipes we expect that if you use them you’ll invite us to your site. 😉

Recipe courtesy of KOA.

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